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28 Most Incredible Outdoor Tub Ideas For An Invigorating Experience

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For those who love to take a bath, having an outdoor bathtub takes bathing to a whole new level! Today we have put together a fabulous collection of inspiring outdoor tub ideas for those who appreciate the serenity of bathing in the great outdoors. All of these tubs have one thing in common, they all offer privacy in the form of lush greenery, privacy screens or walls. Some of these exterior bathrooms are concealed within an outdoor courtyard. While some are in a master bathroom with a glass wall that expands open to blur indoor-outdoor boundaries.

Whatever your preference, or wherever you reside, we have tubs for tropical weather and tubs that will make you feel like you are outdoors yet protect you from the elements. Have a look below for some fantastic ideas… Readers, would you have an outdoor bathtub on your property? Why or why not in the Comments below, and don’t forget to let us know which one is your favorite! 

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1. A second floor garden deck features this built-in outdoor tub with an operable shade screen and surrounded by planters. Tile specs: Glass Tile from Global Tile Design in San Francisco, Izu Natural 1″ x 6″set in a horizontal running bond. The Duravit Sundeck Tub comes with a composite panel and folding cushion cover. (via  Cathy Schwabe Architecture)

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2. This Japanese soaking tub is nestled in a bed of river rocks, set against a bluestone wall. This is the Soho Tub from Neo Metro. (via Terra Ferma Landscapes)

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3. This alfresco bathing area in Santa Cruz, California features a weeping willow tree. The tree helps to keep this outdoor oasis shaded from the elements and very private. An old clawfoot tub was spotted on Craigslist—listed for free! (via Shannon Malone)

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4. A tropical outdoor tub in Mexico City features a screen shade and concrete walls for privacy. (via Overland Partners)

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5. A tropical bathroom in Hawaii, off the Kona Coast features this bathroom oasis. The stone tub in the garden is from Stone Forest. The tub is carved from a single stone, sourced from China. There are three pocket door systems to close the bathroom space off — glass, screen and louver. The glass and screens are in the pocket. The louvers rotate, there is a concealed operator on the sides. (via ZAK Architecture)

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6. An outdoor tub in Hawaii offers a natural garden escape. Located just off the master bath, this natural stone tub is immersed in the tropical landscape. A wall mounted shower head is built into the lava rock privacy walls. A teak stool is set next to the tub for towels and bath essentials. (via Pu’uwai Design & Construction)

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7. In a Carmel, California home, an outdoor courtyard space provides a relaxing oasis, complete with lounge chairs and a Japanese ofuro tub. A glass ceiling allows this space to be used year-round while gaining the sense of being completely outdoors. See the rest of this home here: Carmel Residence showcases stunning central courtyard. (via Dirk Denison Architects)

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8. French doors leads out to this sheltered courtyard with an outdoor tub. The walls allows for bathing in privacy, while plants and an open ceiling keeps one feeling immersed in nature. (via Boor Bridges Architecture)

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9. This outdoor bathing area of an Oregon home both a shower and a stone clad tub. The tub is composed of embedded river rock, which not only makes for a natural foot massage, but blends beautifully into the garden. (via Louise Lakier Photo)

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10. Enjoying the fresh Hawaiian breezes, this master bathroom opens to the lush tropical garden. Soaking in this copper tub makes you feel like you are one with nature. (via Saint Dizier Design)

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11. Not completely outside, this tub allows the feeling of bathing outdoors while still lending some privacy. Opening this space to the fresh Hawaiian air are aluminum bifold doors, also known as a Nano Wall. The tub is concrete, which is available from Concreteworks, while the tub filler can be found at Sonoma Forge. The flooring is Quartzite – golden ray ( Chinese ). (via Willman Interiors)

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12. After a lilac tree in the corner of a Portland, Oregon backyard died, the homeowners were inspired to construct a three-season bathhouse to fill the void. This clawfoot tub was spotted at a local salvage store for $100. A plumber was tasked to install a hot water bibb on the side of the house, while concealing the hose that connects to the tub. A bamboo privacy screen is used while soaking. At night, a repurposed vintage lye soap box is used for ambient lighting. To create a spa-like experience, the homeowner added towel hooks, river rock and a small cedar deck. (via Swell Done)

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13. A west coast style cottage in Nashville, Tennessee features this cozy and stylish outdoor bathing space. This homeowner thought of everything, outdoor rug, a mirror, towel hooks, a stool for supplies and even some greenery. A rain shower head allows for options. Adding privacy are pressure-treated 1×4’s, painted with exterior paint to match the house. String lights along the fence adds ambiance in the evening. (via Sharon Barrett Interiors)

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14. A covered outdoor patio features a soaking tub surrounded by lush gardens. A privacy wall adds intimacy to this outdoor oasis in Perth, Australia. (via Ventura Homes)

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15. An unused space at the side of a mid-century property in Palm Springs was transformed into an outdoor bathroom. This space is complete with a seating area, shower and tub. The tub was found at the dump in Phoenix, cleaned up, and painted orange. The corridor is walled off for privacy, using corrugated metal. It is intimate yet functional, where the homeowners can rinse off or soak in the tub after a dip in the pool—without having to traipse inside. (via Real Estate Judge)

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16. A stone tub is set on an Australian hardwood deck within a courtyard space. Behind the bath is a mirror, making the outdoor space appear even larger. (via Zugai Strudwick Architects)

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17. Leading off the master bathroom of a tropical Maui plantation home is this outdoor oasis. A stone tub surrounded by lush gardens and a stone retaining wall for privacy. (via Henderson Design Group)

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18. A Texas Hill Country home showcases beautiful outdoor living environments, including this outdoor bathing space. A rock wall adds privacy, where a waterfall faucet spills water into the tub. Stone slabs are used for placing bathing necessities and even candles for nighttime ambiance. (via B. Jane Gardens)

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19. In a hillside home, an outdoor bath off the master bedroom features heat lamps for warmth. There is also remote-control screens for privacy. See the rest of the home here: Stunning eco-designed treehouse home. (via SB Architects)

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20. A contemporary patio in Melbourne, Australia features lush tropical landscaping surrounding an outdoor bathtub. (via Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes)

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21. A master bathroom features a nano wall that opens the space to an outdoor shower and bathtub. Stone walls and the lush tropical landscaping of Hawaii makes this space feel intimate. A bamboo ladder is ideal for hanging towels after getting out of the tub. (via Nicholson)

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22. This outdoor oasis in Santa Barbara, California provides sweeping vineyard views. An antique black hammered copper tub adds a feeling of serenity to this outdoor space. (via Carson Douglas Landscape Architecture)

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23. Just off the master bathroom shower, a sliding glass wall connects to an outdoor bathtub. This outdoor space is enclosed by stone walls for privacy in this Mexico City oasis. Pebble tile flooring adds to the tropical vibe, along with the plantings. (via Co-Lab Design Office)

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24. If you have privacy concerns or the elements are not ideal for an outdoor tub, why not consider an indoor-outdoor tub? This bathroom space in a Seattle home offers a tranquil bathing experience. The tub is a poured in place, custom concrete spa that continuously purifies water. There is a hidden overflow drain that allows for continuous purification. The window that connects this space to the outdoors was custom made. (via Garret Cord Werner Architects)

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25. A tropical freestanding bathtub is set on a teak deck. The stone privacy wall is basalt (lava) that has been locally gathered on the big island of Hawaii. The tub is custom made from Concreteworks in Alameda, California. The material is a custom blend white concrete with a honed finish. The inside dimensions are roughly 6.5′ by 30″ giving enough room for two. (via Strata Landscape Architecture)

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26. An intimate hideaway in Sydney features this contemporary freestanding outdoor tub with a terrazzo concrete finish. (via Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes)

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27. A modern master bathroom in San Francisco leads out to a garden tub sheltered by lattice. This pre-cast concrete tub, called the Barcelona tub from Concreteworks. (via Concreteworks)

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28. A tropical outdoor bathroom in New York features a concrete tub with an outdoor shower set behind and lush greenery. (via Dawkins Development Group)

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